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VDI-EE 2068:2024-04

Measurement and calculation method for determining the angle-dependent solar radiation transmission of building enclosures with extended patterns

German title
Mess- und Berechnungsverfahren zur Bestimmung der winkelabhängigen solaren Strahlungstransmission von Gebäudeabschlüssen mit ausgedehnten Strukturen
Publication date
2024-04
Original language
German
Pages
20

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This VDI Expert Recommendation describes a new measurement setup that can be used to measure the angle-dependent radiant transmittance of building enclosures, especially for samples with laterally extended structural elements. Recommendations are given for the application of the measurement setup and the use of the results. The VDI Expert Recommendation is a supplement to DIN EN 14500. It also describes how measured transmittances can be converted into a discretely resolved bidirectional transmittance distribution function (BTDF), supported by a simulation model.
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91.010.30, 91.060.50, 91.120.10
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